VOV.VN -The Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) has claimed a total of 15 prizes, including three golds, three silvers, and nine bronzes, across a range of categories at the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards 2020.
The Southeast Asia – Japan 2 Cable System (SJC2), invested by a consortium including the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT), has been connected to Vietnam.
The Authority of Telecommunications under the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) revealed on June 2 that a second mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) will soon debut in Vietnam.
Vietnam's 5G network is forecast to have a bright future with Government and regulator support while domestic manufacturing of 5G handsets could lower device costs and lend tailwinds to adoption.
A mobile money pilot project has been submitted to the Prime Minister for approval, marking a bold step for the development of payments using telecommunication accounts in Vietnam, Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam Le Minh Hung said at the dialogue between the PM and the business community last week.
Vietnam’s top four network providers, namely VNPT, Vinaphone, Viettel, and MobiFone, are listed among top 150 most valuable and strongest telecom brands worldwide in 2020, according to an annual report recently released by UK-based Brand Finance.
Vietnam’s second largest telco is ready in terms of technology, technology and network structure for deploying commercial 5G network.
Internet access quality in Vietnam basically meets standards, according to figures released by the Vietnam Internet Network Information Center (VNNIC) under the Ministry of Information and Communications for the first time on April 20.
The State Bank of Vietnam is completing a mobile money project to be submitted to the Government for approval this month, Governor Le Minh Hung has said.
Nearly 100 Vietnamese companies will need to hit the road for share auctions by the end of 2020 to meet the government’s target of privatizing state firms.
Institutional investors are seeking opportunities to buy shares in large-cap State-owned enterprises when they launch IPOs in 2020.
VOV.VN - Vietnam’s Information Security Allocation and Monitoring System for the digital government has made its debut, aiming to ensure cyber security and safety for Vietnam’s e-government.
A speech-to-text software application with accuracy of up to 93.6 percent was honoured on November 15 as the winner of the Vietnamese Talent Awards 2019 IT category.
Even though a bigger lift in foreign ownership cap could become a driving force to lure further European investment in banking and telecommunications, the funding picture in these sectors remains a question on the back of enforcement of the landmark EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement.
With the global digital wave hitting Vietnam, the country has been actively renovating itself into an attractive destination for new-age investors.
The fast growth of Vietnam’s economy has seen an increase of the urban population, posing significant challenges to the country’s major cities, particularly in terms of transport and urban planning management.
As State-owned enterprises (SOEs) have many functions in the local economy, they struggle to fulfil their main task of doing business, so they need solutions to improve business efficiency, according to experts.
The number of DDoS attacks coming from devices in Vietnam was the world’s third highest in the second quarter of 2019, after the U.S. and China.
Vietnam’s top 50 brands in 2019 were announced on the sidelines of a workshop on brand management and development in Hanoi on September 24.
The Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) in collaboration with the People's Committee of Can Tho city recently held an opening ceremony of the tourism information portal and travel smart application on mobile devices.